Lilly Van Sickle's songs are like thoughts pieced together through rhymes and music. The inspiration for a song can come from a tragic story, a point that I am trying to convey, a situation I am frustrated with, a friend who I care about, a memory or just a scenario that I create. But, what really inspires me to write are my friends. The people I am surrounded by and the people that support me are what make me want to write more and play more, and be a better person in general. I am blessed with a community who cares about and enjoys the music that I make. @LillyVans23
Luke Dowler has been building a prolific and versatile body of work from the mountains of northwest Montana. Refusing to be categorized by one genre, Dowler has released a large catalogue of EPs, LPs and singles, selling 5000 records independently through a strong work ethic, honest engaging performances, and a knack for memorable hooks. In 2014, Paste Magazine called Dowler ‘a Montana artist you needed to listen to now’, as part of their 50 states project. @lukedowler
Luke Reynolds is a Grammy-nominated songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. "After The Flood" is his forthcoming album. Recorded in Brooklyn, Nashville and Los Angeles, After The Flood is both a massive step forward and a natural progression from Reynolds' previous two albums, Maps and Pictures And Sound, expanding into looser, more psychedelic territory. The album marks a creative highpoint for Reynolds, who in addition to having led his own groups has collaborated with artists such as Willie Nelson, Omar Rodriguez Lopez of The Mars Volta, Guster, and Jenny O. @ItsLukeReynolds
David Rothschild is an NYC based singer, songwriter & guitarist. Showing off a unique country-folk sound, David's background in Jazz and love of R&B greats make for songs that combine those early influencers with the Folk and Americana tradition he's grown to cherish. @MusicByDR
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